Honeywell introduced the next-generation Kromschröder BCU 4 Series, an all-in-one control solution for multi-burner applications. Replacing an earlier product line, the BCU 4 Series 460, 465, and 480 models incorporate a range of refinements and new features designed for simplified engineering, installation, and start-up.
Johnson Controls has added a new outdoor air handler to its YORK® Solution line of products. The YORK Solution Endura™ includes a zero-penetration roof backed and a 10-year roof warranty. The patent-pending triple-layer roof system has no fasteners, metal seams, or caulking.
Honeywell introduced its Honeywell Vector Space Sense, a software solution that shows where, when, and how building spaces are used at any given point in time. As a result, Honeywell officials said the building operations team can make better-informed real estate and space usage decisions that provide opportunities to optimize costs and promote better building experiences for occupants.
Danfoss recently introduced its new Multi Ejector Solution™, which the company says will help CO2 become a major asset for the cooling industry. As a refrigerant, CO2 has the lowest possible Global Warming Potential (GWP) with a rating of “1,” causes zero ozone depletion, and is non-toxic and non-flammable.
Belimo Americas releases its new ZIP Packs. The packaged solution is designed to provide the necessary equipment to retrofit current systems — the ZIP economizer base, sensors, energy module for demand control ventilation (DCV) integration, spring return actuator, and retrofit brackets backed with a five-year warranty.
Distech Controls introduced its ECx-Light-4DALI, a lighting control expansion module part of Distech Controls’ Smart Room Control solution. The Smart Room Control solution consists of a programmable HVAC controller, lighting (ON/OFF, dimming, and now DALI) and shades/sunblind (up/down and angle rotation) expansion modules, a multi-sensor (motion and luminosity), a personal remote control, room sensor, and a free mobile application.
Engineered Systems magazine’s May 2020 issue examines the revitalization of air-cooled chillers in data center facilities, the viability (or lack thereof) of duct systems, the impact the coronavirus is having on the built environment, and much more.